Holiday Apartments in Rome

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Apartment holidays in Rome - Travel Guide

Visiting Rome is like exploring a living postcard, with Italian icons at every turn. From nuns licking gelato to pretty girls on Vespas, Rome’s residents are as recognisable as its monuments. When on holiday in Rome, you cannot miss the Colosseum, Piazza Navona and the Pantheon, and should throw a coin into the Trevi Fountain and watch the sunset on the Spanish Steps. If you time your travel so you’re in Rome on a Wednesday, you can have an audience with the Pope in the Vatican’s St Peter’s Square, before admiring Michelangelo’s genius in the Sistine Chapel and climbing to the top of the dome of St Peter’s Basilica.

Of course, some of Rome’s best attractions aren’t buildings at all. Try the authentic, wood-fired pizza at Da Remo in Testaccio, before indulging in the city’s best gelato at Gelato di San Crispino. Breakfast isn’t a big deal in Italy, so choosing self-catering accommodation in Rome is a good option to save money (and room) for the main event of the day – lunch. Be sure to check out our Rome food guide, which is jam packed with helpful hints and tips from locals as to the best places to experiences local food while in Rome

When to go to Rome

The best time to travel to Rome is March to June (spring) or September and October (autumn), when the skies are blue and the weather mild. Winters aren’t particularly cold, averaging around 10-15°C, but November and December can be wet.

Getting to and around Rome

Flights to Rome arrive at two airports, Leonardo da Vinci (more commonly known as Fiumicino) and Ciampino. You can also arrive via the main train station, Stazione Termini, where there are regular trains to and from many European countries, major Italian cities and other regional towns. Once in Rome, getting around is made easy by a good public transport system, particularly buses and trams. If catching taxis, be sure that you choose a white or yellow cab with the letters SPQR on the front door, which indicates that its licensed.

Accommodation in Rome

When choosing accommodation, you can’t go past a Rome apartment. HouseTrip has a number of quality self catering apartments in Rome, offering great value for money and the chance to really experience the city, like the locals do. Plus, HouseTrip.com makes booking a holiday apartment easy – in fact, you can do it in as little as six clicks.

Whether you're looking for a romantic weekend away or hoping to take the family on a city break they will never forget, self-catering apartments in Rome are an ideal choice. If it's space, value or simply a place to call home that you're looking for, holiday apartments in Rome are an excellent choice. Spend your mornings browsing the local food markets and deli's while you can enjoy a home cooked meal at your leisure in the comfort of your holiday rental.

Enjoy everything that this beautiful city has to offer, by not only exploring the major sights, but also through seeing the city like a local. Browse the range of quality holiday apartments in Rome which are available to rent, today.

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4.4 out of 5 based on 8598 reviews
Andreas
Stayed 8 - 11 Sep 2014 in:
Great, clean and well located apartment as well as wonderful and helpful host!
Frances
Stayed 9 - 13 Sep 2014 in:
Extremely well appointed spacious apartment. Well appointed kitchen. Very quiet dead end street close to transport. Host was courteous and helpful. Happy to ... More
Yael
Stayed 8 - 10 Sep 2014 in:
we had a wonderful stay. the loft is very comfortable. simone was helpful and lovely.
Alison
Stayed 1 - 11 Sep 2014 in:
great place wanted for nothing every thing worked
Steve
Stayed 5 - 12 Sep 2014 in:
Would have given this great apartment 5 stars as it deserves, great location, easy to get around the City from here, lots of local shops, cafe's and restaura... More

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